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The North Aston based business, which runs five pubs in the county, was given the accolade for the steps it has taken to be a better business and make a difference to people and the planet.
Guest chefs will prepare and showcase a multi-course menu at the independently-owned collection of boutique hotels and restaurants in the Oxfordshire Cotswolds.
215 Kitchen & Drinks in Oxford’s Summertown is closing its doors in the new year following the departure of the restaurant’s chef, Paul Welburn.
The new owners are currently undertaking a major refurbishment and extension program on the property, sympathetically restoring it back to its former glory whilst adding to the dining and outdoor areas.
The restaurant was praised by inspectors for “continuing to delight townies and gownies on the northern edge of the city centre” and its “very satisfying Mediterranean-influenced modern brasserie cooking”.
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The Good Food Guide has been acquired by hospitality membership network CODE Hospitality and will be given “a new lease of life” by the new owners.
Described as “a perfect gift for the whisky connoisseur”, it is the latest whisky expression to join the distillery’s Cask Collection of award-winning single malt whiskies.
The Cocktail Society won the awards for its Oak-Aged Sloe Negroni and Salted Caramel Espresso Martini at the world’s largest food and drinks awards; The Great Taste Awards.
Researchers found that between 2008 and 2019, the average daily meat consumption per capita dropped from 103.7g to 86.3g – a decrease of 17.4g a day, or just under 17%.
The 408-year-old pub is being taken over by a local Community Interest Company formed by hundreds of local scientists, entrepreneurs, writers, artists and business owners.